Shaw could also be in contention for the senior team's Test tour of New Zealand, which begins eleven days after India "A" finish their tour.
"The fast bowler Bhuvneshwar Kumar went to London on January 9 and underwent a successful operation for a sports hernia on January 11".
Because of the injury, he was not included in the T20 selection for the upcoming tour of New Zealand. It was made available for all formats of the game.
The BCCI, in a press release, confirmed the news of the pacer undergoing a successful surgery last week and will soon join the NCA for rehabilitation. Really excited to join my teammates.
With the T20 World Cup set to be played later this year, India will need one of their premier pacer to be match fit as well. He has injured himself while attempting a dive during Mumbai's Ranji Trophy game against Karnataka.
India "A" begins their particular promotion with a three-match one-day show followed closely by two four-dayers from January 22.
Bhuvneshwar, who was injured during a T20 global match against the West Indies in Mumbai on December 11, 2019, had travelled to London on January 9, 2020, for the surgery.
Prior to that, Bhuvneshwar had missed the home series against South Africa and Bangladesh owing to injury.